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The political novel; its development in England and in America,

Author: Morris Edmund Speare
Publisher: New York Oxford University Press, 1924.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Speare, Morris Edmund, 1884-1974.
Political novel.
New York [etc.] Oxford University Press, 1924
(OCoLC)613969190
Named Person: Benjamin Disraeli; Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield; Benjamin Disraeli
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Morris Edmund Speare
OCLC Number: 266573
Notes: Published in part as thesis (PH. D.) Johns Hopkins University, 1923.
Description: ix, 377 pages frontispiece (portrait) 20 cm
Contents: ch. 1. First principles: The significance of the "genre" ; The "milieu" ; The challenge to the writer --
ch. 2. Disraeli's experimental stage --
ch. 3. Disraeli's political philosophy -Tory democracy --
ch. 4. Disraeli masters the art --
ch. 5. The prime minister's contribution --
ch. 6. The literary significance of Benjamin Disraeli: With the current of significant men and movements ; Disraeli and Thomas Carlyle ; A valuation of Disraeli in English literature --
ch. 7. Anthony Trollope: the Victorian realist in the political novel --
ch. 8. George Eliot and radicalism --
ch. 9. George Meredith: "beauchampism" -the idealist in politics --
ch. 10. Mrs. Humphry Ward and feminism --
ch. 11. Mr. H.G. Wells and the cult of individualism --
ch. 12. The pioneer American novel of Henry Adams --
ch. 13. Mr. Winston Churchill and the novel of political reform --
ch. 14. Paul Leicester Ford and the industry of politics --
ch. 15. Comparisons and conclusions.
Responsibility: by Morris Edmund Speare ...

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